Events

Tours + Learning + Networking 

Stay informed, stay connected and meet career objectives. IFMA Manitoba hosts and co-hosts  events throughout the year, all geared toward the learning and networking needs of facility management and other workplace professionals.

  • Tours – our unique behind-the-scenes tours touch on elements of project management, design, construction, mechanical and electrical, maintenance and more.
  • Learning – we keep members tuned in to best practices, new technologies and more via guest speakers and presentations.
  • Annual Golf Tournament – our annual tournament is a great chance to network and relax with colleagues and friends.
  • Co-hosted events – IFMA Manitoba partners with other associations and partners to bring additional learning opportunities to our members and contacts.
  • ConferencesFacility Fusion and World Workplace are two of the international conferences offered through IFMA.

What do you want see in IFMA Manitoba’s programming lineup? To share your ideas contact us.

 

 

Emerging Leaders Luncheon Series V

April 11, 2018
12:00 AM CDT to 1:00 PM CDT
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Canad Inns
1405 St Matthews Ave
Winnipeg, MB R3G 0K5
http://www.canadinns.com
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Emerging Leaders Series V, Sponsored by Canad Inn.

Registration 11:45 check board for room
Lunch Meeting 12:00 to 1:00 Buffet

Retro-commissioning: Significant Savings at a Minimal Cost

Retro-commissioning is a process to improve the efficiency of an existing building's equipment and systems. It can often resolve problems that occurred during design or construction, or address problems that have developed throughout the building's life as equipment has aged, or as building usage has changed.

Retro-commissioning benefits everyone in a building. Building owners see reduced operating costs from the energy savings and better equipment performance, leading to an increase in net operating income. Building occupants are more comfortable because the adjustments lead to more consistent temperature control and better indoor air quality. Building managers, meanwhile, face fewer occupant complaints and are better able to manage building systems. 

Retro-commissioning can produce significant cost savings in existing buildings. Savings vary depending on the building size, age and location, and the scope of the retro-commissioning process. Studies show that the costs of retro-commissioning activities range from $0.13 to $2.00 per square foot, while payback ranges from 0.2 to 2.1 years. Overall energy savings can reach approximately 15 percent.



Tickets

$30.00 Member or Platinum Partners

$35.00 Non-Member

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